Manley in 2006-07: Battled injuries throughout the season where he finished the year with a 5-6 record at 157 pounds ... competed in three tournaments, including the Edinboro Open where he placed sixth ... won five of his eight matches at the Edinboro Open, including a pair of major decisions over Limestone's Jesse Bodo and Blair Academy's Jake Fedechko.
2005-06: Finished the year with a 17-15 record, including a 5-8 dual meet mark at 141 pounds ... heading into the EIWA Championship, owned a four-match winning streak, including dual wins over American's Jordan Zipkin (pin) and Whitt Dunning of Army (11-2) ... seeded seventh at the EIWA Championship, he finished sixth with a 3-3 record ... pinned Franklin & Marshall's Chris Kelly in the first round before dropping his quarterfinals bout to second-seeded Max Meltzer of Harvard ... defeated Army's Whitt Dunning and Brown's Mark Savino (first-career shutout) in the consolation bracket ... earned a pair of third-place finishes at the Navy Classic and the All-Academy Tournament ... defeated George Mason's Chris Cartella (11-2) in the opener of the Navy Classic and won the third-place match against Campbell's Kevin Bidelspach (12-8) ... after dropping a 4-2 overtime decision to Air Force in his opening match of the All-Academy Tournament, he came back to defeat VMI's David Metzler (4-3) and Army's Whitt Dunning (7-1) to place third ... turned in a 4-0 record against Army foes, including a 3-0 mark against Whitt Dunning ... won his first-two matchups at the Penn State Open before bowing out to injury.
2004-05: Finished his rookie campaign with a 12-9 overall record and a 1-1 dual meet mark ... won four of his last five matches, placing fourth at the Edinboro Open ... recorded first career win with a 7-3 triumph over John Gourlay of Eastern Michigan at the Eastern Michigan Open ... pinned (2:51) East Stroudsburg's Sean Close at the Penn State Open ... his 12 wins were the third most by a Navy freshman in 2004-05.
High School: A 2004 graduate of McCallie High School, Manley was a three-sport standout ... a four-year letterwinner in wrestling, he claimed the 2002 and 2003 state individual championship ... led team to the 2003 State Duals Championship ... set a state record for the fastest pin in 2001 (0:08), then set the national record in 2003 for fastest pin (0:04) ... served as team captain of the wrestling team in 2004 ... also a member of 2001 state football championship team and a three-year letterwinner in cross country ... graduated third in his class and was the Fellowship of Christian Athletes' secretary.
Personal: Full name is Timothy Spencer Manley ... son of Tim and Jennifer Manley ... born April 29, 1985, in Atlanta, Ga. ... has appeared on the Superintendent's List all six semesters thanks to a 3.66 grade-point average in Ocean Engineering ... ranked third in the class in military order of merit and 140th in academic order of merit ... ranked among the top eight percent of his class of 1085 in overall order of merit.